Boating, Fishing, and Travel Information for Breach Inlet, Isle of Palms, SC
The Breach Inlet separates Isle of Palms from Sullivan’s Island. A bridge crosses the body of water to connect the islands. The inlet is very deep and has a dangerously strong current, causing there to be signs advising against swimming in the area. While it is a great spot for fishing, photography, and porpoise-sightings, caution is advised as the beaches can be unstable at times as well. The Isle of Palms is a popular vacation destination due to its beaches, resorts and restaurants.
What Tide Is Best For Fishing?
By Adam Young. Our US Harbors Fishing Expert The impact of tides has huge implications when it comes to fishing and angler success. In fact, tides are some of the most powerful and influential forces on earth…but how can the common angler use these to their advantage? To start, anglers… Learn More
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